Ex-cop in NYPD, FDNY Social Security scam — seen riding a Jet Ski — expected to surrender ThursdayNew York Daily News
Jan. 10, 2014
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Glenn Lieberman, who worked as a cop in Brooklyn and cried stress-related injuries in order to claim disability benefits, was working as a private detective in Florida. Lieberman, who was given permission to drive from Florida to New York, is expected to turn himself in for his part in the $21.3 million scam.